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Leading People to Jesus for 125 Years


Nampa, Idaho, (March 8, 2017)—This year marks the 125th anniversary of the publication of the Ellen White classic, Steps to Christ. The book has since been translated into more than 165 languages. Jim Nix, director of the White Estate, says "It is one of those extremely practical books that a person can read again and again and be blessed every time."

With that in mind, this would be a good time to pull out your copy of Steps to Christ and resolve to read it again this year. Ask the Lord to show you someone with whom you can share the book. It is available in several different formats including:

For children there are also several options:
"Steps to Christ has blessed more lives, both within and without the Seventh-day Adventist Church, than any other book outside the Bible," says Dale Galusha, president of Pacific Press®. "Over the past 125 years it has introduced thousands to the love and grace of their Savior—and continues to do so today."

Ellen G. White wrote more than 5,000 articles and 40 books during her lifetime, and more than 100 titles have been gleaned from her 50,000 pages of manuscripts. She is the most translated American author and has been recognized as one of the most significant Americans of all time in a special issue of the Smithsonian.
Steps to Christ cover

Significant Americans collage
A special issue of the Smithsonian listed Ellen G. White as one of the most significant Americans of all time.  Read the full article.

available Steps to Christ library
To see all available editions of Steps to Christ, read first chapters, and discover what is available for children see more here.

Gem of a Lifetime video
Gem of a Lifetime

At its recent annual marketing seminar, Pacific Press® shared the Gem of a Lifetime with the Adventist Book Center managers. The video, in silent movie style, portrays a prospector, a treasure seeker, and a dirty rotten scoundrel, looking to discover their fortune. After a few unexpected plot twists, the treasure seeker finds the ultimate Treasure in a most unexpected place.


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